More at the link.The NFL confirmed Sunday a streamlined policy for reporting an injured player's game status during the regular season, a move that addresses the rise of gamesmanship among teams that want to limit that information for competitive purposes.
Under the revised policy, approved recently by the NFL competition committee, the "probable" category has been eliminated and the remaining classifications have been redefined.
Two days before kickoff, teams must list injured players as "questionable," "doubtful" or "out" for that game.
"Questionable" players, per the policy, are "uncertain" to play. Previously, the definition was that there was a 50 percent likelihood of playing.
"Doubtful" means the player is "unlikely" to participate in the game, and "out" means he "will not play." The previous definition for "doubtful" was a 75 percent likelihood that he would not play.
General discussions of other teams from around the league and general NFL events.
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Belechick will love this. He will now release a whole list of questionables.
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PurpleHalo wrote:Belechick will love this. He will now release a whole list of questionables.
It would be funny if he listed every player.
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Interesting. I don't really see anything too wrong with this.